Friday, June 19, 2009

How are we going to survive?

Today was insane!!! Jason didn't stop, he was the Energizer Bunny and the Tasmanian Devil all rolled into one. He started in the morning and didn't stop until bed time. My favorite part of the day was nap time. He started winding down and sat on my lap for about 20 minutes spacing off. I thought for sure I was going to get a good nap out of him but he didn't actually fall asleep. I was trying to get some work done and listening to him babble on. I went upstairs to check on him because 40 minutes had passed and he was still talking to himself. I walked into a stinky diaper on the floor and a bed full of poop. So I had to pull him out, clean him up, clean up the bed and get it down to the laundry room. While I was doing this he was busy. He emptied my linen closet.

I had to take him to the office because the printer wasn't working like it should. I brought Tori and Sam with me so he could play in the back yard while I was helping get things going and he got nipped by a hornet. So not only didn't he want to go play in the back yard the girls didn't want to either. So while I'm helping Jason shoves the dry erase makers in the little holes in the fireplace.

He came home and just continued to drive me nuts. During Den Meeting he snuck downstairs and dumped a pepsi all over himself. Yes, I should have thrown it away, but I didn't and he can't let anything alone. There is always blame to be placed on Mama when he's only 21 months old, but MY WORD!!!!!!

He even faught going to sleep at bedtime. He really was on one today. Hopefully he sleeps pretty well tonight so that Brett and I can actually get some sleep.


Anonymous said...

Wow! I'm sorry it was such a rough day. I hope today goes better.

Aprilyn said...

Sorry to hear you had a rough day. We're not having an easy time here either. I totally relate to what you're going through.

By the way, which Den are you in charge of? I'm the Cubmaster, but I think you already knew that.. :)

LutzFam said...

We're in charge of the Wolf Den. We've done it for almost 3 years now.